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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

^wtwit. 1.UH1 THJS OOOSUOUh'TY KERAJL.D. Of?ici VT^PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. CftfUS MURPIIY, Kditorani'. I'ropletor. Terms, fl.00 a Year in Vdvunee. OH.wp .\l.\RAI?. MINN., DEC. •». 1*!?. THE HERALD H'jir'ily VTIEIUS all t- rj!C rs si Mt-rry Clins' »1S mi N(-w Y» ^r. Tl|'!ist v^wr lifih bp-'D of (/rent ifivroise for the courtly and it con fid* nt)y «'XjtetKJ that n^xi nr wi! the j-roaiia rippn into performance Lft spirit of the s»-HMpf "Pe«c« Lht T«in t! ,K- it, J.- I,.. U.tit I.'*- on Earth, Good will im.'nsf M«*u"stay wi'l us lh«' ye»r ron »rd bom-fit in all i|. relations of if»- will follow. NiMTS f: om Eur.-P'. ifxtiavr-y a I r... 1 pOfiii^r mi t'Si S (P. .• f. Tsj'! rf. auvr .MV .fj hy .• of ri, i- j:u- Cifutp1 -. ii L,-i V- S„ E- nJ (Uu-.V. ».v- u^:, .• ,..... ., ,v f"- S» ,:i.. tij.'ti), j-hd r1 ."d it 1 Conunps to provide f- tu^ *vitb ira '.a of t.bp U. S. from this protectorate, tm Congress didn't do it. A rock at '.be bo'Vim of N- York bdrbor Las done whi.t Soiimn couldn't do—...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

oFLooAJuintaitafei?. Mr«. A. J. Johnson has quite recovered her health VifSlNs^ uer neaiio. if"4£33*& I John O. £riokaon moved, to hie home* stead on Monday, tr &Mrs. J. J. Haasey spent a few hours in the city Sunday. ,, i- JndgeDurfee is Having quite a siege of rhenmatio and Jung trouble. Gust Anderson's baby died last Mon­ day, and vtae buried Wednesday. The Stjott boys are giVing the far game a rest during the holiday season. They came in Tuesday .evening. At the Commmissioners mating A GOOD INVESTMENT. Tampa laist Saturda'y'4he,Tieceseary resolutions were passed and the, bonds to fund tb© floating indebtedness have since been signed and forwardedto the parohaser. North Dakota Moves. The much disoiissed constitutional amendment carried by a good majority, although the vote for it wks ligbt ad compared with that for state offices. Nearly every county in the state returns a majority for the amendment, which provides that the' legislature shall fix an educational qualificati...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

^OP LOCAL INTEREST. Mro,A.?.Johnson has qnite recovered :te^vV-.:sr 1 sw®sk Joan O. ^nokaon moved to hie home* stead ,onv||oDdBy^^3f^^ Mrs. 'J. Haasey spenta few hoars ^-'in the eitjr Sunday. SC-- rS\ ytM Judge Darfee is haviihg qtfit'e a siege tof rheumatic and lung trouble. Gust Anderson's baby died last Moo day, and was buried Wednesday. The Skjolt boys are jfiVing the fur game a rest during the holiday season. They came ia Tuesday .evebing. ... At She Commmissioners ma&ting Inst Saturda'y'^heSieceSsa^y resolutions were passed and the. bonds W fund the floating indebtedness have since been signed and forwarded to the purchaser. North Dakota Moves. The much digonased constitutional amendment carried by a good majority, although the vote for it was light aS compared with that for state offices. Nearly every county in the state returns a majority for the amendment, which provides that the legislature shall fix an eduoational qualification for electors. This is anew departure, an...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

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Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

OF LOCAli INTEREST. Mrs. A. J.Johnson has quite recovered her health. John C. Erickson moved to hie home­ stead on Monday. Mrs. J. J. Hussey spent few hoars in the city Sunday. Judge Durfee is having quite sit'ije of rheumatic and lung trouble. Gust Andois n'B baby died Inst Mon­ day, and WHS buried Wednesday The Scott hoys fire giV'ing the fur game a resi during tho holiday season. They came in Tuesday evening. At the Commmissioners meeting List. Saturday the necessary resolutions «#re passed and the bonds to fund the floating indebtedness have since bni-n signed and forwarded to the purchaser. North Dakota Moves. The much discussed constitutional amendment carried by a good majority, although the vote for it was light, HB compared with that for state offices. Nearly every county in the state returns a majority for the amendment, which provides that the legislature shall fix an educational qualification for electors. This is a new departure, and shows that Nortti Dakota is ahead of...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

$9* ittS} 4* f: a' *. FIGfff OF MANGROYE. ENGAGED TWO GUNBOATS IN SHALLOW WATER.,, Atopped by a' Whtti FIs Goes Aground and Stnndfd for Hours ktier the Battle Details of the v- Battle. Further details have been received of the bombardment of the port of Cai­ barien, on the northeast coast of the province of Santa Clara, Cuba, by the Mangrove. The Mangroye left here to protect the Ending of an expedition un der Colonel Bosas, which had gone ahead on the schooner Adams and Del lie., When the Mangrove reached San­ ta Maria key near Caibarien, she found the Cuban party had safely^ dis­ embarked, but feared to advance be­ cause of the presence of the Spanish gunboat Hernan Cortes and a similar gunboat, which were evidently making Caibarien their base. On Saturday nfternoon the Mangrove anchored at Key Francis Just outside Caibarien, land as she lay there the Herna^ Cor­ tes came out and ran around the key to get a peep at her, scurrying back into the harbor as soon as she saw she was dis...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 December 1898

5 -si ^/ftS^VOtiUME" YII. ,K:^ands^)f, riches. JK.W -'.-"iK 1 WAWAII THE OEM OF PACIFIC OCEAN. ?\4 .'Sift -1 Its Natural Wonders Are In a ClasB by Themselves—Volcanoes Extend to the Bottom of the. Sea and Are There­ fore Roally 33,000 Feet In Height. In acquiring Hawaii the United Suites has gained besides one of the most fertile and rich islands in. tlie /world, some of the finest mountain acenery presented anywhere -in the universe—a district which, could it be transplanted with all its grandeur of scenery and climate, would make the iortune of an American hotel keeper In a year. The mountains are all volcanoes. are a class by them-, selves. They ax& not only the tallest, ibjlt the biggest and' strangest in the whole world. Considering that they Jrej^ch from the bottom of the Pacific ocean (18,000 feet deep there) to over 15,000 feet above sea level, they really stand 33,000 feet from their suboceanic Ibase to their peaks.' The active craters ton the islands number 300, but th...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 December 1898

T8B OOO* COttNT* OftIOtA| PAVBX or COOK COUKTY. fe '-v --'.'.sfe CHRIS HUBPH Y. Editor and Propietor." Terms, 11.00 ¥eaHa Adtaoce, GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. DEO. »1. 1891. SPLIT LOGS rOR A LIVING.""" OmystUn IauortiUiM^ br LIsmIM Followed l»r tor Two Girls. Splitting logs is the vocation followed two womea in. the woodfe tack oi Wall's station! on the Pennsylvania railroad. Annie and Mary \yilson are the names of these two women. They are sifitera. They split rails and maka pit posts and cap& for the Spring Hill Coal company, whose works are be tween Wihnerding and Wall's. They do all the work of felling the trees, sawing them into proper lengths and finally with their axes splitting them into pit posts. They are assisted' to aome extent by their younger brother. The girls work together alwaya and can swing an eight-foot cross-cut saw through an- oak tree with apparently ea much eaae as some women run a typewriter. When the tree is sawed through and ready to split one of the girls se...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 December 1898

OF LOCAii IMTSBSST. Thursday «ight was-th* coldest ot the 'TP-.*,*1*S~vy afM0D'WW§i^r^ -, "-.ti The Bohooli are all olosed lor Xmas. vacation. J* p-C :f Nijoda has improved in htolth so that ha is able to 1m oat. ilm j. J, Hassey has been quite £1 lor a oouple of waeka. A. J. Soottleft on Monday morning •for the trapping grounds. Treasurer Johnson took cGhriatmae dinnar with his-parents on Maple HilL The resident of Maple Hill that does bothers lagrippeikont of the faahion. Miff Miller and brother Oharlie are spending the holiday seaeonin Grand Maraia. .7"-' H, J. Brann and family with Hans Xarson dined with Auditor Murphy on Ghristmaa. Messrs. Gilmore, Babb and Elftman were at dinner with L. TJ. 0. Titus and family Christmas. jUifshuid* Southweater visited us the first of the week and as result the top of the lighthouse was well washed. J. E. May hew had aa Christmas guests, Dr. and Mini. Jones, Miss Miller, Kirby Jones, G. H. Garhart and Charley Miller. Treasurer Johnson entertain...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 December 1898

rf'V1, FOE BOYS AND GIRLS. fV.TV SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR .JUNIOR READERS. Seven Johnnie*, a Comical Sketch that Will Probably Make Yon Laagh and Think A Bedtime Junction The Best Music. My Mother. My mother! oft as thy dear name I mention, Or trace thine Image in my -musing dream, How strain my heart nerves to their full­ est .tension How swells and bounds, like an Im­ prisoned stream. My restless spirit to so forth to thee, Whose dear, dear face, I in each nightly vision see! Dear mother, of the thousand strings which waken The sleeping harp within the human heart, The longest kept In tune, though oft forsaken. Is that in which the mother's voice tears part: Her still, small voice, which e'en the careless ear Turneth with deep reverence and pure delight to hear. Uut once, kind mother, might this ach­ ing forehead' Feel the soft pressure of thy gentle hand Could this poor heart, that so hath pined and sorrowed. Yet once more feel Its pulse of hope expand At thy dear presence—oh, m...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 January 1899

4 If Ik" fOLUME VII. DAIRY AND, POULTRY. INTERESTING CHA RURAL. RE -1 Successful TERS FOR DERS. 4 Mi* *#. Sow Successful Farm era Department of the If 4 Bints as to tbe pare and Faoltry. Operate This tm —A Few of Uve Stock ^fyncep Curdling of Milk. ^pSIo&etimes milk, instead of souring, sweet condi- hurdles in a relatively tioni writes Prof. Hoard's Dairyman. server, such a curdled or dition might easily be sour milk, but the difference is ap­ parent when the milk is once tasted, for, as a rule, it lacks the acidity that marks ordinary sour mijk. Then, again, the curdling occurs much earlier than it does when the zijiilk sours. If the dairyman carefully potes the ap­ pearance of such loppered milk he will recognize other differences than those mentioned, as he compares it with the ordinary lactic acid fermentations. The curd produced by the sour milk fermentation is usually Arm and hard, the casein often shrinking so as to ..expel some clear whey, wihile the curd, in the other c...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 January 1899

THE 0Q05 Omcut. PA?KI O CDOK codktt.,4, .'• jfe'" C9BI3 MUfti nx, Editor abd Propietdr. Terms, tlOOpi Y«ajrUl Advance. GBA.6W &MB MS, MJNlf,. DEO. 10. 1898. Tafctt (be Out of Politic. The most urgently needed reform ia the absolute di vorcemenr, of the army in All «f its de$»rt meats froqj politics. It -is absurd to expect the same thorough efficiency and reparation found in other departments o( the public service unless the sape nethods ard used. Millitary Service is certainly as important as civil eervice^-more jo in the time ofthe general exercised them TENNYSON S DEVOTED WIFE. ^Iwayi the Pe et'H Innpiratloa and HU Tin*tefl Critic. In 1330, on {f path in a wood at Som ersby, Tennyson came unexpectedly upon a slender, beautiful girl of 17 and impulsively said to her: "Are you a dryad or an oread wandering here?" Six years later he met Emily Sellvyood again, on the Dccasion of the marriage of his brother Charles to her younger sister, says thi Atlantic Monthly. The friendship r...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 January 1899

OF LOOAlj INTEREST. .Mrs. Benson IIBB residenea. removed to the Fishe 11- What is the matter with our Grand Portage correspondent? Commissioner ^Jiigeison, wife and in­ fant were in the village over Sunday, A young daughter arrived at the home of Wm. and Mrs. So wen a tine onTues- Register Oarbart are housekeeping ir CJ. S. Dnrfao. and Jehn W. Babb the residence of Mrs. The Str, Dixon bl for the season at 3 Treasurer Johnsol BW her farewell ealnfo 45 3P. m. on Tuesday, has returned from an extended business trip to Duluth and Twin Cities. Clara Peterson returned from a visit in Dutatb and is fith her mother, who is ill on Maple Hill. ClauB Hanson called on Thursday and reports the Good Harbor Bay people as enjoying the winter Roy Bartlett arrived by last boat and assisting his brother H. H. in his lumbering operations. The collection of teams assembled at the wharf on We dnesday for supplies reminded us of a city market. an returned on the Dr. A. H. Elftrn Dixon last Tuesday after s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 January 1899

p&* 1 ,M BREAKING THE NEWS. ... a --ms |&^ ^"Uo you tMnk hell take it very bad ly, Nora f^V Nora Helmsly shrugged her should far era. -}y -*'5/ ft «s "My dear Betty, you ought to know inore about Mr. Markham's powers of fe,. endurance than 1?' "But what do you think he'll do? fts vWhat do you st ppose——" "Why waste our time in supposition? He'll be here most likely this after noon, and you vill be able to judge for yourself." Betty Oakhu::st sprang to her. feet. "Ted is coming here this afternoon? Why on earth didn't you tell me be­ fore?" And she fidgeted nervously with her hat tefore the glass as she •poke. "But you- kn'»w. you going?" "Anywhere cut of this," cried the girl, laughing ijiervously, as she stoop­ ed to kiss her friend. Betty, where are Nora, however, caught her arm. "Nonsense, Betlty! You'd much bet­ ter tell him straight out now and get It over. It wilji be ever so much more awkward for you if the news reaches him from outside." '"I don't see that at all," r...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 January 1899

I SKJS?^ f* mj#h e-^V'53 VOLUME -St FAEM "S® llorleaUaift GARDEN. •MATTERS OF AG RIG UL"p4JR ISTS. INTEREST TO *-5 Borne Cp-t^^st# tlvatlon if 1h« lints, About CuT Soil and Yields Thereof—Sortie nl Viticulture and Celery. Celery isCsaid^jUi./be a native of Great Britain 'where it grows in low, •wet pla'ces. it has been cultivated and made edible. Intioduced into the United States it grows well in soils that are moist ^rid filled with humus and in latitudes not too cold. Black muck is a. favorite soil in the West, and where It is underlaid by gravel or some soil that will permit )f% natur­ al drainage it -proves suitable. There are favorite localities where the muck is so deep that it makes no difference what the subsoil iii, since by digging large open drains, way out is made for the water. There are many places where Celery soil exists that is as yet unutilized for the growing-"-" of that plant. Celery is a boon to the farmer in that it takes for1 its natural habitat soil that is n...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 January 1899

THB OOO |C' COUNTY HERALD. .• '"T ,PAFW Of tjOOlC-COTOTT^ QjWi'CUjj CHRIS MUi ,PM Edltor and Propietor.' T»ra», il.OCT* Ysar in Advance. .v. GRAND MAI .AIS. MIttN.. JANY. 14, 1899. MODERN SCIENCE. Prediction* for the Twentieth Cen tiny Are Broad. It may bo that we are, with.respect to the coming century, in the same imma* ture mental, condition in which the peo­ ple of the eighteenth century were with regard to the nineteenth, says the Pop­ ular Science Monthly. If some one in the preceding century had dared to pre­ dict the wonderful achievements of the nineteenth, ho would probably have been declared fool, and treated as was Robert Mayer, in Germany, in this century, wh after the discovery of the law of the conservation of force, was put into an [insane asylum. A like fate might befall the man who should dare now to cast a horoscope for the twen­ tieth century, and to predict the prog­ ress of the human mind in the various domains of scientific research. After all, those may be ri...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 January 1899

S*1* OF LOCAL, II ITBRfiJST. .Treasurer Jobneon has built two new chimneys on hie rt6io ence Talk about fur—Dominick Peterson is also making it fly nome he corralled a bear and two cubs laiil week. Kirby Jocee, the taacher, has beetf ill since New Years he has not yet been able to resume school Tne mail arrived Wednesday noeu and required two teao.8 —last week's papar mail uaade the extra load. of three dogs each Aajiwatia was in town this week dispos IDR of newly-caufflit fur. His stock consisted of 2 red xes, 3 lynx, 1 fisher and that rarity—a flue biack iox Carrie Maybew ha days, la grippe, -have been the Chans' treatment of Drs. Mtiyhew and Jones she is improving. been ill for some euritiy, pneumonia 98. Under the able A. J. Soott and Xfennie came in this week with a fine lot of fur,—foxes, fisher* and lynx. Bennie also brought with him a nose that ijiad evidently been caught out in some of the ooid days last week. A letter from Washington received in town this week contains the...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 January 1899

ELEPHANTS IN WAE. MAKING THE GREAT BRUTES CHARGE THE ENEMY. Ancient Qneon's Disaster Hannibal's Famous Jotjrney Over the Alps Re­ sulted Sadly for the Animals Only One Survived the Winter. Nowadays when men engage ill war and wish toj make improvements in their mode p£ fighting they begin to east about fcir some new sort of ma­ chine, but whjen the world was younger and they didn't know much about me­ chanics, the favorite scheme was to hunt up some new kind of animal and train it to help them fight. Even now we haven't given up the plan alto­ gether, but war dogs and horses and pigeons are pot half so important as guns and railroads and telegraph lines, says the Philadelphia Press. Let us take the biggest beast of all—the ele­ phant. He is really a wonderful fight­ ing animal he almost seems to have |ecn built for that very purpose. His thick hide is like armor his tusks are liko heavy lances his strength and weight make! his impetuous charge al­ most irresistible, and his back is ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 January 1899

TWICE WOUNDED. It was during the summer of 1855 &hat I resided for a time in the City of (Mexico, and at this period occurred the incident which, with regard to myself, came near terminating fatally. A day or two after my arrival in Mexico I strolled out one evening and, half unconsciously, took my way to­ ward one of those cool, shady walks occasionally to be met with on the out­ skirts of the city. As I paced slowly en toward a part of the walk where the trees grew closer, forming a little grove, I sudden­ ly became conscious o:' the presence of two persons a few Steps in advance of me. The persons I had just discovered were a gentleman afid a lady. On ob­ serving this fact "I was relieyed of a momentary fear of being set upon by desperadoes I presently found my icouple to be a pair of lovers, enjoying 'a stolen interview in the little grove, which I had nearly reached, but check­ ed myself in time to prevent discovery Just then, though I did not long avert at. The first words...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 January 1899

awsaiE THB oook OtJNTT HERALD, OFFICIAL PAFU orCoox COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY Editor and Propietor, Terai, $1.001 Tear In Advance., OB AND MARAI& MINN.. JANY.21,1899. WHY ONE MAN IS BITTER. Bis Tonif Slater Booglii the Violet* to Send to Hie Swcetbcert. St. Valentine's day is a sad reminder to a young mar. on I street. A year ago during the necond week of Febru­ ary he had an attack of the grip, says the Washington Post. He wanted to send a charming young woman some violets, and was compelled to aslc a very young sister to buy them for him. He Snappishly refused to tell for what purpose he wanted the flowers, for he' had grip and his head ached. The young girl returned with a box neatly wrapped in paper. The young man slipped his ard in -without} untying the package, and bribed his little brother to carry the offering to the object of his atten tions. That evening the young sister visited the sickroom. "Did you like the violets?" she asked. "Didn't look at them.1 "They were beauties,...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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